Friday, September 30, 2022

Elevate Your Massage Offerings with Ashiatsu Massge

Have you considered adding Ashiatsu to your spa or massage menu?

Ashiatsu is a massage technique that involves the application of the practitioner's feet, rather than the hands or arms, to a patient's body. In Japanese, ashi means foot, and atsu means pressure; so it literally translates to foot pressure.

During an Ashiatsu massage, therapists use their bare feet to deliver deep compression, long gliding strokes, and/or assisted stretching. Reading that, the client might feel apprehensive about receiving an Ashiatsu treatment. They may wonder if having your back walked on will be intense, painful, or even scary. They should not worry, though! Ashiatsu therapists have full control over how your body is treated, and the massage is tailored to the client's needs just as a deep tissue or Swedish massage would be.


Introducing: Deep Feet® Bamboo Ashiatsu Bar System by TouchAmerica

Incorporate ashiatsu into your menu with this aerodynamic, portable bar system. Ashiatsu is a barefoot massage technique that utilizes deep, broad, and consistent pressure by using the therapist’s feet and body weight. Working with gravity, ashiatsu therapists are able to provide an effective therapeutic massage that is much deeper and more comfortable for both the client and technician by alleviating wrist strain. With Deep Feet® Ashiatsu Bars, you can take Ashiatsu anywhere! Deep Feet's aerodynamic "One of a Kind" portable bar system will draw attention in any environment. Assembled dimensions are 91" tall, 83" long, and 47" wide. Weight: 81 lbs

This system is universal and can attach to any Touch America wooden portable massage table as well as other brands. Can be used as a permanent system in your practice or utilized for events where you can demonstrate Ashiatsu.

This fascinating design is ergonomically sound and sustainable. It is surprisingly versatile and strong. Made from 100% sustainable bamboo, which provides just the right attributes for Ashiatsu.

The handrails you touch as "round bars" start out in flat sheets of wood and are then milled, molded, and shaped into a perfect round-diameter fit. There are multitudes of countersunk parts and layers of complex geometry that are milled into each piece. Over 40 parts are cut, molded, shaped, and glued into the geometrics that goes into just one set of these amazing portable bars.

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